Re-topology, or sometimes just retopology, is the process of adjusting the topology of an existing 3D model. Topology refers to mesh-based 3D models, and is the way the individual polygons are meshed together into a 3d grid, with each polygon sharing a dividing line with each of it?s neighbours, until the mesh encloses a hollow 3D shape.
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By merging the traditionally distinct fields of topology and geometry, through the discovery of a new type of mathematics called persistent homology, math researchers have created a set of equations which simply describe the pattern and placement of complex fractals as part of a polygonal model - such as the unique froth on a wave, within the reach of real-time rendering
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BBC weather forcasting is about to get a makeover in the style of VR gameworlds. Weatherscape XT, a 3D meterological software suite developed by New Zealand firm Metra, and with help from the BBC itself, is set to give a realistic-looking,...
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